Can You Actually Grow Taller After Puberty? Find Out the Best Ways to Add a Few More Inches!
Some people are just born short. Well actually, if you think about it, everyone is born short! Enough with the jokes though. It’s no secret that many people are just not satisfied with their height. I can’t blame you, as I used to be one of these people. All through high school and college, I felt stuck at 5’9” tall. It was horrible for me, mainly because I was so self conscious about my height and I thought that the reason I wasn’t popular with the ladies was because I was short.
Needless to say, I needed to know a way to get taller, and quickly! I searched extensively for a long time trying to find a legit method to getting taller, but all I would find was silly supplements that did nothing and the option of bone lengthening. (ouch!) I finally came across some decent methods that helped out tremendously, here’s what I discovered.
The human body has what is known as growth plates. Once they fuse together your bones cannot naturally grow any longer. The problem with growing taller via your growth plates is that many peoples plates fuse at the tail end of their puberty. So realistically, the poses a problem to anyone over the age of 18! The only other way that’s scientifically possible to grow is to grow in the spine, not the bones.
You see, the spine has spongy padding in between each vertebrae, when stimulated, you can actually add 1/4 of an inch or more to each one. When you are dealing with over 10 vertebrae, you can do the math on the possibilities of growth there. So how do you do it?
There are exercises you can start doing and combining with supplement implementation you can start getting results in a very short amount of time. One of the so called exercises goes as follows:
The inversion can be performed by laying flat on the floor face down. Now with your arms you are going to push your upper body up like you are doing a push up, all the while your bottom half of your body stays on the floor. This stimulates your vertebrae and is one of many exercises that help add length to your spine!
Now you know it’s possible to grow after puberty. Nobody has to settle for short their entire life, regardless of age!